Fetch for Pets “Natural” Grooming and Cleaning Products Class Action

Fetch for Pets, LLC has a line of Martha Stewart products intended for dogs, cats, and their households. The complaint charges the company with “deceptive and misleading business practices” in marketing and selling the products as “natural,” because, it claims, they contain non-natural, synthetic ingredients.  Read more

A Fetch for Pets Martha Stewart Product

Zarbee’s Naturals “Natural” Cough Syrups New York Class Action

Under the name Zarbee’s Naturals, Zarbee, Inc. makes drug-free children’s cough syrups, such as its Nighttime Cough Syrup + Mucus. However the complaint for this class action alleges that the “natural” representations are false, because the cough syrups contain non-natural active ingredients, such as melatonin, ascorbic acid, citric acid, and zinc.  Read more

A Zarbee's Naturals Cough Syrup

Kingsford Briquettes “100% Natural Hardwood” Claim Class Action

The Kingsford Products Company, LLC makes barbecue briquettes that are labeled as “100% Natural Hardwood Briquets” that deliver a “cleaner burn.” However, the complaint for this class action alleges that this is false and misleading, because the briquettes are neither “100% Natural” nor “”100% Natural Hardwood.” Even the “Cleaner Burn” claims are misleading, the complaint  Read more

Kingsford 100% Natural Hardwood Briquettes

Thayers Natural Remedies Allegedly Contain Synthetics Class Action

This complaint brings suit against the Henry Thayer Company for its line of Thayers Natural Remedies, alleging that its supposedly “natural” products are in fact not natural and “contain synthetic and abrasive chemical ingredients.”  Read more

Three Products from Thayers Natural Remedies

Benefiber “100% Natural” Prebiotic Powders Contain Synthetic Class Action

GSK Consumer Health, Inc. makes the Benefiber line of products, including Benefiber Original Prebiotic Powder and Benefiber Healthy Shape Prebiotic Powder. The products are advertised as being “100% Natural,” but complaint for this class action claims that this is “false, fraudulent, deceptive, and misleading” because the product contain dextrin, a synthetic ingredient.  Read more

Bottle of Benefiber Healthy Shape Prebiotic Product

Mowi Salmon Claims: “Sustainable,” “Natural,” “From Maine” Class Action

The product at issue in this class action is smoked Atlantic salmon. The allegations concern how consumers interpret product claims like “sustainably sourced” and “all natural.” The complaint alleges that Mowi USA, LLC and Mowi Ducktrap, LLC make claims on their packaging and advertising of the salmon products that deceive consumers.  Read more

Package of Mowi Ducktrap Smoked Salmon

True Lemon or True Lime Mislabeled Drink Mix Packets Class Action

Grand Brands, Inc. does business as True Citrus or True Lemon. It makes packets of drink mixes that consumers use to flavor water. The packet labels claim to contain only “simple and clean” ingredients and “natural flavors,’ but the complaint for this class action alleges that this creates the false perception that the drink mixes  Read more

Box of True Lemon Lemonade Packets

Kirkland Optifiber “Natural” Prebiotic Fiber Supplement Class Action

In 2019, the global market for supplements was estimated at more than $80 billion. One product in this market was Costco Wholesale Corporation’s Kirkland Optifiber Natural Prebiotic Fiber Supplement. But is it natural? The complaint for this class action claims that it is not, because it contains wheat dextrin, a synthetic ingredient.  Read more

Optifiber Natural Prebiotic Fiber Supplement

Kraft “Natural” Cheese Contains Milk with Hormones Class Action

Consumers more and more often desire to buy foods that are “natural,” including products from animals that have not been given certain substances in their feed. The complaint for this class action alleges the Kraft Heinz Company has been claiming that some of its dairy products were “natural,” when in fact they were made from  Read more

Bag of Kraft Grated Triple Cheddar Cheese

Pret A Manger “Natural” Products Contain Synthetics Class Action

Consumers these days prefer natural products, with only natural ingredients, and they will pay more for them than for those with synthetic ingredients. The complaint for this class action, however, alleges that Pret A Manager (USA) Limited markets its food products, such as sandwiches and chips, as natural when they are not. The complaint alleges  Read more

Sidewalk Tables in Front of a Pret A Manger Store